Head to Southeast Asia for Lung Adenocarcinoma Treatment

Need help finding care abroad?Call us at: +65 6697 5303

Head to Southeast Asia for Lung Adenocarcinoma Treatment

Adenocarcinoma of the lung is a form of non-small cell lung cancer. It is quite common and generally affects middle-aged women who are non-smokers or who have never smoked at all. It is often asymptomatic during its early stages. At its advanced stages, patients experience chronic coughing, sometimes expelling blood. Early detection and diagnosis are extremely important to increase the chance of successful treatment. This condition is also known as non-squamous carcinoma of the lungs.

There are several options for the treatment of adenocarcinoma of the lung and all are available at many top-notch cancer centres in Southeast Asia. These facilities feature state-of-the-art equipment and internationally-trained oncologists to provide the best medical care possible. Patients needing chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or immunotherapy can readily access these treatments to help kill cancer cells and stop them from spreading. Those requiring surgery or resection of cancer cells can also take advantage of the most technologically-advanced surgical equipment available in several hospitals in the region.

There are a number of medical centres in Singapore that offer comprehensive treatment not just for local patients but also medical travellers. One of them is the country’s National Cancer Centre that has more than fifty oncologists, allowing it to provide holistic treatment and address the specific needs of each patient. Similar services can be availed in other countries such as Thailand and Malaysia, where hospitals and medical centres also offer comfortable accommodation, translation services, and the services of professional support staff to assist in travel and referral concerns.

Such packages are very affordable compared to services offered in the United States and Europe, where getting treatment for adenocarcinoma of the lung could mean spending hundreds of thousands of dollars. Several cancer centres and hospitals all over Southeast Asia are accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), which means that they offer medical care that meets international standards.

why docdoc

What others are saying about us

Our Service is 100% Free to the Patient

Our healthcare partners pay DocDoc for our service. In return, we help them increase the efficiency of their practices, fill their last-minute cancellations and provide quality medical care to people like you. DocDoc’s providers NEVER pass on any of the cost of DocDoc to our clients. This is part of our commitment to you.